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Mount Fuji . Japan’s highest mountain.it has nine station & by car can go up to 5th station. 6th & 7th by horse riding & 8th & 9th by walk. This volcano is now silent for more than 100 years. In 5th station there is...More
If the weather looks dicey don't go. A long drive in the coach which finally gets you to level 5 which turns out to be a mini shopping centre. Overpriced goods and coffee which was of poor quality.No sighting of the mountain which was covered...More
What a sacred mountain it followed us up to the 5 station where the views were the worst compared as the snow looked all broken up...but we were lucky we njoid every minute and the sky clear and the awesome views of the various other...More
I want to commend AKI our tour guide for an amazing job during our tour to Mt. Fuji, Lakes and the simulated Fuji Airways, entrance to Shinobi no Sato, AKI kept us informed and safe in the bus, Continually updating the areas where we all...More
Came here as part of our trip to Mt Fuji, here is what we think of this stopover:
Customer Service: 3/5
Quality of Food: 3.5/5
Value for Money: 3.5/5
Note that this is the stopover station, not the actual Mt Fuji....More
Mount Fuji's 5th station is halfway up this active volcano at 3776m highs the countries tallest peak and is considered one of Japans three holy mountains.
Unfortunately for us this day late in the afternoon visibility was not so good and when the fog rolled...More
The 5th station is a meeting place for many hikers who wish to ascend the infamous mountain. It has wonderful views of mt fuji and plenty of shops and shrines to explore. Thoroughly enjoyed the magic of this special place.
Actually the four of us had a great day at Mt Fuji courtesy of Mr. DIMAS and Ms Ren of H. I.S. not by Klooks who managed to ruin our trip here by rescheduling it without our knowledge. They changed the date from Sept 6...More